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Oh dang, I can hear her theme song playing in my head.
…well, for me it’s Cherry Bomb.
Eeyup, that one.
My second pick would be “Pretty Woman”, but I thought that was too on the nose.
I hadn’t thought about it, but maybe she’s more of a Yoo Hoo?
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I thought of her more as :
And the winner is “Don’t want to be like everybody else…”
This discussion inspired me to make a little animation of Pi for my Patreons. Here’s a short snippet, the full version is here.
Well, I could watch those legs forever *_*
Is that Court 26, Room 26, Court 26 Room 26, or Court Room 2626?
Why does D.C. wish that he was suppressing a weapon or confession instead of dodgy eyewitness identifications? Does he want more of a challenge or less of a challenge?
Give the narrative a chance to answer the questions it raises. :)
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To me her theme would be this:
This may just be my sense of irony talking, but…
I would have gone with “So What” by P!nk.
We have to give honorable mention to Cake:
Just for you:
Edit: That looks kinda blurry on my screen. Here’s a link to the unshrunk version.
Well, they do sing “short skirt and looooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnng jacket”.
Thanks for making my day.
(Also, Pi would never trade her MG for a Chrysler LeBaron.)
Okay, it’s been about a month. Here’s the full gif I posted for my wonderful Patreons: